1 Church St. Museum Place Mall 888-998-3722 Your eclectic group of scientists must enter a Top-Secret research facility with only 60 minutes to stop the deadly Zombie Outbreak and prevent the already infected scientist from escaping quarantine! Separate attraction: Spellcaster: Your group of Wizards in Training must enter the mystical chambers of the great and powerful Sorcerer known as Dark Raven. Your quest is to find the Sacred Crystal of the Ancients and return this powerful relic to it’s rightful owner. Failure to do so will allow Dark Raven’s wicked spell to extinguish the sun, plunging the world into eternal darkness! Escape Room
7 Lynde Street 978-825-0222. Legend has it that the museum was originally built by a wealthy Salem Merchant who gathered “strange oddities” and mythical objects from around the world. It was believed lost in the 1914 Salem Fire, but Gallows Hill recently discovered a single room containing artifacts from the Merchants collection, a portrait of the Merchant and some strange oddities. After some preparation, the room is now open for viewing. But beware… for supernatural forces are at work. Many may enter, but not all will leave… The Lost Museum
59 Wharf St. Pickering Wharf (978) 741-0002 There is a place in Salem where sunlight cannot reach. A place where it is Halloween all year long, where you journey into the realm of darkness and scream in delight! Created by professionals with over 20 years experience in the Halloween industry, with movie quality scenes and nightmarish creatures, demons, ghouls, psychos and one very evil clown. The ultimate frightful fun experience – located in the heart of historic Salem Massachusetts. DARE TO BE SCARED! Chambers Of Terror
288 Derby St. 978-740-2929 The Salem Wax Museum and The Salem Witch Village provide entertainment for all at the world famous epicenter of Halloween, “Haunted Happenings” in October. The Haunted Neighborhood is open daily with extended hours on weekends. October Attractions Include: Salem Wax Museum, Salem Witch Village Tour, Frankenstein’s Castle, The Haunted Witch Village, The Candlelit Ghostly Tour, Graveyard Tour, and Witching Hour Spellcasting. Salem Witch Village
217 Essex St. (978) 740-0500
Salem’s only cinematic monster museum. In October, there are two sides to the museum: The DR. JECKYLL MUSEUM side, which is the normal, self guided, easy paced, NO-SCARE, Amazingly Awesome museum portion. Then there is the MR. HYDE HAUNTED HOUSE portion when the museum falls victim to a curse! You don’t quite know what’s real and what’s not until it’s MAKING YOU SCREAM!!!
Count Orlok’s Nightmare Gallery
7 Lynde Street 978-825-0222
Gallows Hill Museum/Theatre Witchcraft & Ghost Experience is an incredible mix of special effects, actors, costumes, story-telling, diversions, exhilarating surprises and jump scares blended with historical facts about the SALEM WITCH TRIALS, ghosts and local legends – interactive, exciting, surprising, and immersive. Show length is approximately 22 minutes, and runs daily every 30 minutes.
Gallows Hill Museum/Theatre
131 Essex St. 978-744-0013
Two walk-thru attractions open only in October: Salem 3D Haunted Adventure, for families, children and those not wanting a scare. The attraction is dressed for Halloween and is a 16 minute walk-thru telling the story of Salem from 1650 to 1991. For those in a Halloween state of mind we offer our 3-D Haunted House with live actors, 3-D walls, 3-D floors, black lights, and haunting sound. Salem Time Machine
186-1 Essex Street, Museum Place Mall 978-825-1300
Witch Mansion claims to be Salem’s scariest haunted attraction. Built by a professional haunted house design firm, this eerie adventure is guaranteed to give you Chills and Thrills. Along with high-tech animations and creepy ghost illusions in 4D! You won’t believe your eyes as you enter a twilight world of ghosts, beasts and banshees. Witch Mansion